If it's standard AD and you haven't fiddled you don't need an LDAP port.
Have you set the "aduser" and "adpassword" OK?
Might be nothing/irrelevant, but is that a space between DC=cadcol and the subsequent comma?
The IIS folder needs to be /extranet/ Not /homeaccess/. There's quite a few hard coded relative uri's in there
You are correct, it's a LDAP issue.
Is yoda.cadcol.ac.uk the primary domain controller's FQDN??
You could also try LDAP://DC=cadcol,DC=ac,DC=uk
Ok, I've fixed the config tool. It didn't like the drive letter N. This was because N was a special drive letter. This is now fixed and I'll be issuing the fix with this weekend's HAP release
Thanks for all your help. It's now up and running. We are just customising it now. Going to look into https access this afternoon aswell.
It's doable, but will add some more overheads to the already slugish booking system, as checks will need to be performed on who can book what.
Just released 4.7.3, which fixes the issues discussed. Hope you enjoy.
Do I have another vote for what clarky2k3 has requested?
Ok, here's the current jobs I've got for HAP 4.8:
1. Drag to the Tree
2. Upload to the tree
3. Test the resource booking limitations (it'll be a allowbookingto="All|[Teaching Staff,Non-Teaching Staff]|None")
4. NTFS permission check.
Note: 3 & 4 will enter testing after 4.8, and may enter into hap 4.9.
What do you think of:
1. Making a version of the booking system in silverlight for improved speed
2. A '...' browse button in the silverlight browser for uploading.
Any other feedback/suggestions/requests would be welcome
I think I saw mention earlier in the thread of a config utility?
Would it be possible to see the link to that + the latest version?
The config utility is shipped in the ~/bin/ folder of every install, bar the upgrades (if the config tool isn't changed)
Ok guys, in the up coming version 4.8, there will be what has been requested, NTFS permission wise, in the api/silverlight browser only atm, HTML soon.
There is a bit of overhead with this, as it basically tries to first see if it can write, if this fails it's in View mode. It then checks if it can get a folder list, if this fails, it's in None mode (AccessControlActions enum) otherwise it's Change.
This is reflected in the silverlight GUI by a key next to folders/files, which, when you hover over the key tells you this file/folder may not be accessible. Drag and Drop, Move, Rename, Delete are disabled by this.
The following shared area is hosted on our Admin Domain, which has a trust with the curriculum network which HAP+ runs on. This is why a Curric Domain Admin wouldn't have Admin Domain Admin rights. Even then I've set those folders to even deny access to all bar the people in those roles.
I hope this meets with your approval. When you double click that folder, it gives an error as expected.
Other changes in the up coming 4.8 release so far include this as well as Moving folders to the tree (which also allows cross share moving! That didn't work in the old version of .net)
Drag from outside to the tree to upload will hopefully be in the release as well as a '...' button to upload files where the browser disables drag and drop for silverlight (firefox <3.6.4)
Since the tree drag and drop has been enabled, the '..' item in the list has been removed from the silverlight browser and API calls.
The Save API call has been altered to allow this change to take place
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Feeling a teensy bit guilty now - some overhead was predictable and it wasn't an absolutely essential feature for me, but I do think MS's idea of showing that you don't have access to a sub-folder is an improvement over finding out the "hard way" (when you've clicked on it) and I can see this reducing some user-support hassle, especially in future when users eventually get, and start to get used to the concept in Win7 Explorer.
Sounds good, but if that's too easy for them I think I'd like some "are you sure you want to move <source> to <destination> prompt?" (optional via the web.config because some people hate that). I'm thinking of ye olde "::BIG urgent panic:: My plans for this term have disappeared!!!! Someone must have deleted them!!!! I need them back right now!!!!" - then of course you find it all tucked underneath some nearby folder and usually it was their account wotdunnit.Moving folders to the tree (which also allows cross share moving!
This shouldn't be counted as a full vote because I probably won't be using this initially (I mostly deal with Primaries and they just slap a bit of paper up in the staff-room with timetables for this and that resource etc.) but I'd have thought booking would only be accessible/done by adult staff who being adult, ought to be able to cope with booking the right things and if not, can be left to fight with each other if someone books something they're not supposed to i.e. do you really need to start carving access up by department?Do I have another vote for what clarky2k3 has requested?
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